VIB joins hands to build cashless society in Vietnam

VIB joins hands to build cashless society in Vietnam

As a pioneer of digital transformation, VIB has made efforts to launch several initiatives to speed up Vietnam’s transformation into a cashless society.
VIB’s profit up 32 per cent in first nine months

VIB’s profit up 32 per cent in first nine months

VIB reported a 32 per cent growth in operating income and pre-tax profit in the first nine months of 2021, maintaining its leading position in the industry.
VIB and Microsoft form strategic partnership to boost service speed and innovation

VIB and Microsoft form strategic partnership to boost service speed and innovation

Hanoi-based commercial lender Vietnam International Bank (VIB) and US-backed tech firm Microsoft Vietnam have just announced a 3-year strategic partnership to leverage Microsoft Azure as the preferred cloud platform to accelerate the pace of innovation and create valuable new services to meet the present and future banking needs of customers.
7 – 0 win over Tajikistan sends Vietnam to Women’s Asian Cup finals

7 – 0 win over Tajikistan sends Vietnam to Women’s Asian Cup finals

With a 7 – 0 win over the Group B host Tajikistan on September 29, Vietnam secured a berth to the 2022 AFC Women’s Asian Cup finals.
VIB receives Innovation in Digital Banking 2021 award from The Banker

VIB receives Innovation in Digital Banking 2021 award from The Banker

The Banker has honoured VIB with the Innovation in Digital Banking 2021 award (Mobile).
Banking stability playing key role in economic health

Banking stability playing key role in economic health

The first half of this year has come and gone, with a very interesting case on why banks still bear fruit with upbeat business results during a difficult time for the economy.
VIB officially lists nearly one billion shares on HSX

VIB officially lists nearly one billion shares on HSX

Nearly one billion shares of Vietnam International Bank have been listed on the HSX with the reference price for the first day of trading at VND 32,300 ($1.40).
VIB reports upbeat nine-month performance with bright growth path ahead

VIB reports upbeat nine-month performance with bright growth path ahead

Vietnam International Bank (VIB) has just released its third-quarter 2020 financial report with breakthrough growth across core business segments.
VIB posts stable business in first half of 2020

VIB posts stable business in first half of 2020

Privately-held commercial lender VIB has just released its semi-annual financial report for 2020, reflecting steady growth during the period.
VIB 2020 AGM: journey to large-scale and quality retail banking

VIB 2020 AGM: journey to large-scale and quality retail banking

Vietnam International Bank (VIB) aims to grow into a large-scale and top quality bank in the not distant future.
A string of banks land the HSX

A string of banks land the HSX

Following recovery plans after the pandemic came under control in Vietnam, many banks have recently announced plans to move their lists to the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HSX).
VIB targets steady growth with core business targets in 2020

VIB targets steady growth with core business targets in 2020

VIB has just released its AGM 2020 documents, featuring core business plans and proposals for shareholders.
Banks ramp up support for customers in COVID-19 time

Banks ramp up support for customers in COVID-19 time

Amidst the COVID-19 epidemic, banks have slashed lending rates by up to 2 per cent to help customers mitigate the implications on their lives and business.    
VIB secures $70 million loan from international finance institutions

VIB secures $70 million loan from international finance institutions

With this syndicated loan, VIB will enhance its capabilities of granting medium- and long-term financing for personal and business customers.
AGM 2019: VIB pays cash dividend in four consecutive years

AGM 2019: VIB pays cash dividend in four consecutive years

The annual general meeting 2019 of privately-held Vietnam International Bank (VIB) on March 28 approved dividend payout plans of up to 26.5 per cent, including 5.5 per cent in cash, 18 per cent in bonus shares and 3 per cent in treasury shares.  
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